Published: Aug 5th, 1999
GAINESVILLE—Unlike many other alcoholic beverages, red wine does not suppress the immune system, according to preliminary studies at the University of Florida.
Published: Jul 30th, 1999
GAINESVILLE — New computer software is squeezing more profits out of Florida’s orange and grapefruit groves.
Published: Jul 23rd, 1999
GAINESVILLE—A picture may be worth more than a thousand words.
Published: Jul 16th, 1999
GAINESVILLE—It’s not a World Wide Web site that will draw big crowds, but it is the only one of its kind in the world.
Published: Jul 9th, 1999
TALLAHASSEE—As wildlife habitat disappears, golf courses are becoming important conservation areas and can be landscaped to keep both wildlife and people happy, University of Florida conservationists say.
Published: Jun 29th, 1999
GAINESVILLE—After 15 years of tests on more than 3,900 compounds, a University of Florida researcher has developed a safe, natural insect repellent that protects people against everything from mosquitoes and ticks to tiny “no-see-ums.”
Published: Jun 22nd, 1999
GAINESVILLE — Florida agriculture officials are on alert with traps and bait after confirming the first colonies of African honey bees — commonly known as “killer bees” — east of the Mississippi River.
Published: Jun 21st, 1999
GAINESVILLE — It’s touted for boosting your energy and helping your immune system.
Published: Jun 11th, 1999
BRADENTON—Champion watermelon-seed spitters may revile University of Florida researcher Don Maynard, but consumers whose only interest in watermelon is culinary will cheer him.
Published: Jun 2nd, 1999
GAINESVILLE — An environmentally friendly solution to farm runoff could help dairymen survive in an increasingly urban and regulation-filled world, say University of Florida researchers.